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About 70% of tourists who bought holiday packs at the Holiday Market tourism fair, which took place between March 17 and 20 in Bucharest, chose foreign destinations, Romania’s National Agency of Tour Operators (ANAT) said in a press release Monday. read more...


Operators in the Romanian tourism industry will have to keep accommodation units on the Black Sea shore open throughout the entire summer season, from May 1 to October 1, and rehabilitate the units, the Government decided in a Cabinet meeting Sunday. read more...


Businessman Alin Burcea, who controls Paralela 45 travel agency, a top ten one in Romania, maintains that in the first two months of this year bookings for holidays in Antalya, Crete and Rhodes doubled after tourists gave up buying trips to Egypt or Tunisia. read more...


The TUI group is unhappy with the services and prices on the Romanian Black Sea coast, but Tourism Minister Elena Udrea promised the German travel operator's representatives that she will try to solve some of the problems. read more...


Switzerland, Germany and France are the most attractive countries worldwide in terms of tourism development, according to an annual report of the World Economic Forum, published on Monday and quoted by AFP. Romania comes 63rd in the list of 139 countries. read more...


Mountain rescuers in Busteni, central Romania, warned Monday that avalanches are likely to occur at high altitude in the Bucegi Mountains, as the new layer of snow might be pushed down by the ice underneath it. read more...


Bucharest's accommodation capacity could rise by nearly 290 rooms this year, i.e. by 2.5%, if hotels Europa Royale in the Unirii area, Marshal in Doboranţi, Carol I in Piaţa Rosetti and Premier Palace close to Ghencea stadium will open their doors to clients, as announced by investors. read more...


The sales of Romanian tour agencies dropped by an average 15% in 2010, compared to 2009, and dozens were forced to close because of the economic crisis, said Corina Martin, head of the National Association of Tour Agencies (ANAT). read more...


Romania wants to double the number of foreign tourists that visit it by 2015 compared to the numbers recorder in 2010, according to the Tourism Ministry’s strategy presented Tuesday. read more...


Romania’s tourism sector has overcome the financial and economic crisis as both hotels and tour operators have posted increased contributions to the country’s gross domestic product last year, Tourism Minister Elena Udrea said Thursday. read more...




The occupancy rate of Bucharest's three- and four-star hotels will rise this year by about 10%, having increased in 2010 to 42% from 39%, according to the Bucharest Benchmarking Report, developed by consulting firm Fivestar Hospitality. read more...


The Bucharest City Hall has waived the 3% tax on hotel revenue from accommodation for this year, giving up more than EUR2 million in income, but allowing hotel operators to lower their fees by 3%. read more...


About 35% of Romanians polled by website ivox.ro said they can spend EUR300 to EUR500 this year on holidays, while 19.37% said their 2011 holiday budget ranges between EUR500 and EUR1,000. read more...


The impact of Egypt’s protests is very high for Romanian tourism agencies. Compared to Tunis, which was a decreasing market in the last three years, Egypt was an increasing market, tourism consultant Traian Badulescu concludes in an analysis for HotNews.ro on the impact of Egypt protests on tourist operators in Romania. read more...


The number of tourists entering Romania was 0.7% lower in 2010 compared with a year before, while the number of tourists accommodated was down 7.1%, the National Statistical Institute, or INS, said Thursday. read more...


Romania’s Development ministry plans to spend 17.2 million lei, excluding VAT in promotional ads on international televisions, to promote Romania as a tourist destination and increase awareness on the new national tourism brand. read more...


Egypt protests could take nearly 15 million euros from the pockets of Romanian travel operators, who say if the situation in Egypt fails to stabilise, Egyptian travel destinations could be compromised, reveals a ZF analysis. read more...


Hotel prices in Romanian seaside resorts will drop up to 10% this year, National Agency of Tour Operators (ANAT) president Corina Martin said Saturday at a meeting on tourism held in Black Sea shore resort Mamaia. read more...


Romanian Tourism and Regional Development Minister Elena Udrea said Saturday she wants to ask banks to grant preferential loans for investments in the tourism sector. read more...


Annually, several thousand Romanians choose to go on a cruise for their holiday, with prices starting from several hundred euros, and reaching as much as 45,000 euros, the price of the most expensive cruise sold by a local agency. read more...



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